Progressive Grocer Independent

OCT 2016

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4 ISSUE 2, VOL. 5 ✱ ✱ Save-A-Lot by the numbers ✱ More than 1,300 stores nationwide ✱ 70% of locations owned and operated by independent licensed retailers ✱ Target neighborhoods with annual household income Target neighborhoods with annual household income under $50,000 ✱ Average store size: 15,000 square feet ✱ Fewer than 3,000 SKUs per store ✱ 17 distribution centers across the country ✱ Prices up to p Prices up to 30% lower than conventional supermarkets p lower than conventional supermarkets s lower than conventional supermarkets The Save-A-Lot support advantage ✱ Market and consumer research ✱ Site selection and development assistance ✱ Owner, manager and associate training programs ✱ Advertising, public relations and information technology support programs ✱ Store opening assistance and ongoing operations support ✱ Integrated distribution center system With a proven hard discount, carefully selected-assortment business model, Save-A-Lot offers entrepreneurs the ability to compete effec- tively in today's ever-changing grocery industry. And there's never been a better time to be a Save-A-Lot licensee: Save-A-Lot is now offering a Licensed Store Incentive Program for all new and converted licensed stores. The amount of the incentive for each store will depend on the specific terms and financial considerations of each project, but will be a minimum of $200,000 per new store. If you have a proven track record of successful experience in grocery or other retail management, Save-A-Lot would like to talk to you about becoming a store owner. Here's how you can take the next step toward a rewarding entrepreneurial opportunity as a Save-A-Lot licensee: Contact Eric Hunn, Save-A-Lot License Development, at [email protected] or at (314) 592-9446. Visit the Save-A-Lot website at for more detailed information about becoming a Save-A-Lot owner. Advertorial WWW.SAVE-A-LOT.COM/OWN

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